In industries such as construction, where the operative rarely drives for a living, an error in exceeding the allowed driving hours can occur simply because of ‘not being in the know’. Heba Najib from transport management consultancy GVL Management Limited sets out...
Having an overloaded scaffold lorry with unsecured boards and poles is not only dangerous but could catch the eye of the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency and result in a fine, or worse, your operator’s licence being revoked. In this article, we explain what to...
In the previous issue of AccessPoint, we discussed the common mistakes scaffolders can make with load securing and the resulting roadside inspection conducted by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency. In this article, we explain when a Public Inquiry might be called...
Heads-Up Scaffolding recently looked to make a variation to their operator licence; increasing the number of vehicles authorised on their licence. Having managed to secure an o-licence themselves previously, and having followed the government guidance notes, they were...
James recently prepared his own public notice using a government template and although convinced he got it right, and after having checked it many times, unfortunately, he still made a minor error in the address of the operating centre. The Traffic Commissioner wrote...
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